Felina Isoba stood on the deck of the ship, bracing herself as the swell caught it. The feline warrior had a face of which the prettiness was spoiled by scarring, as well as a look of arrogance. Felina had been a warrior for a long time; she had guarded the princess and kept her safe for several years. Naturally, she had been chosen to go on what Felina considered to be a madcap mission that was destined to end only in disaster.
Looking out to the horizon, Felina could see that the ship was nearing land. Felina was one of the great clan of Snow Leopards; a family reknowned for producing great fighters and loyal protectors. Her hair was platinum blonde and was tied in a queue to keep it off her face. Her eyes were as green as emeralds and her body was lean, but muscled. The Snow Leopard's ears and tail were fluffy white, with black rings save for the very tip of her tail, which was striped with black and cream. Felina put her hand to her sword which as always rode at her hip. She was sure that the wolves would try treachery, and she would be ready.
Phelan Blake was getting impatient waiting for the cats to make their appearence. Still probably sorting out their courtly niceties before they leave,
he thought in a scornful manner. Phelan had little use for the cats or their society, which he thought to be prissy and with pointless ceremony. Still, he had agreed to come on this mission and help represent the wolves; well, as the Alpha Male Apprentice, he really didn't have a whole lot of choice but to come to Star Island to meet the cats.
The wolf was, in his biped form, fairly tall with longish black hair and jade green eyes. His ears and tail were also black, and he carried himself well. The Alpha Male had deliberately given the order to Phelan and the rest of the wolf delegation to arrive at the island early, that way they could press home an advantage on the cats. Phelan fully approved of this; it also meant that they could scout out the island and bag part of the territory for themselves to temporarily settle while this was all going on. He certainly wouldn't want the cats to keep on deluding themselves that they were superior, after all.